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    Electrons: Bohr model of the atom

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    PART ONE:
    According to the Bohr model of the atom, an electron cannot move from a lower energy orbit into a higher energy orbit:

    A) abruptly

    B) spontaneously

    C) unless it gains exactly enough energy

    D) unless it loses exactly enough energy

    PART TWO:
    No two electrons in an atom can have the same:

    A) orbit

    B) spin

    C) angular momentum in a magnetic field

    D) set of quantum numbers

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    PART ONE:

    The Bohr model of the atom requires electrons to be at specific energy levels. In order to move to higher ...

    Solution Summary

    In two or three sentences, the answers to the problems are explained. The Bohr model of the atom are given. The electrons are provided.

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